Rototilt gears up with new sales teams in three markets

By Steve Ducker24 March 2023

Fully automatic quick coupler manufacturer Rototilt is making a series of investments across the organisation, including new people.

Hampus Jonsson, Rototilt Business area manager Hampus Jonsson said there is considerable for the company’s QuickChange product. (Photo: Rototilt)

The company, known for its QuickChange product, has recruited three dedicated salespeople for markets in France, Norway and Finland under business area manager Hampus Jonsson.

“There is considerable demand for QuickChange from customers in the demolition and recycling segments,” said Hampus.

QuickChange is Rototilt’s fully automatic quick coupler system that enables tool changes without the operator having to leave the cab, all three new appointments have a solid background within the company.

In Norway and Finland, Hans-Ronald Hohlweg and Jukka Hautala are stepping into the newly created role of sales manager for QuickChange, within the demolition and recycling business area.

Guillaume Aviles will focus on the demolition, recycling and rail segments in France.

Hampus also sees considerable opportunities to simplify the working day for excavator operators on all markets through the Open-S alliance, a common standard for the hydraulic interface between quick couplers, tiltrotators and work tools which means that products marked with Open-S are also compatible between different manufacturers.

“This makes it easier for contractors all over the world to find solutions to their needs,” said Hampus.

“Anyone connected to the shared product range in the Open-S family will have access to far and away the largest toolbox on the market.” 

Demolition & Recycling International Buyers Guide For more details about this and other demolition and recycling equipment go to the new D&Ri Buyers Guide website.
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